The long-standing issues of determination of the mass distribution and nature of the center of our Galaxy could be probed by a lensing experiment capable of testing the spatial and velocity distributions of stars nearby and beyond it. We propose a lensing toy-model which could be a further evidence that a massive condensation (e.g., a neutrino condensation) is a good candidate to explain the data ruling out the presence of a supermassive black hole.

Probing the nature of compact dark object at the Galactic Center by gravitational lensing

IOVANE, Gerardo;
1999

Abstract

The long-standing issues of determination of the mass distribution and nature of the center of our Galaxy could be probed by a lensing experiment capable of testing the spatial and velocity distributions of stars nearby and beyond it. We propose a lensing toy-model which could be a further evidence that a massive condensation (e.g., a neutrino condensation) is a good candidate to explain the data ruling out the presence of a supermassive black hole.
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